Sabine Schmitz Uses Porsche 911 GT3 and Nurburgring’s Karussell to Adjust Her Bra

As our guest editor Mary can confirm, adjusting your bra when racing a car is not an easy task. So have you ever wondered how professionals do it?
Sabine Schmitz lapping the Nurburgrng in a Porsche 911 GT3 1 photo
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German racing driver Sabine Schmitz, whom friends call the Queen of the Nurburgring, might have an answer for us. And yes, this has to be the coolest way of dealing with the task we’ve ever heard. As you can expect, it involves the ‘Ring. To be more precise, it all has to do with the Karussell.

As for the car used for the stunt, Sabine turned to the Porsche 911. However, instead of her 997-generation GT3 RS, the racing driver went for the 991-gen GT3. We know the story might not seem to make sense, but don’t worry, it’s all explained in the video below.

We have to explain Sabine's pride and joy is a GT3 RS gifted with a few special toys, such as a KW suspension.

Sabine takes the time to offer us a Porsche comparison

In the process of lapping the Nordschleife, Sabine takes the time to compare her car to the newer model. And don’t imagine she went all soft on the Neunelfer.

For instance, she explains the Porsche can get a bit soft under full braking, with the car’s trajectory not being 100 percent precise during such manoeuvres.

As it often happens on the Internet, once a new range-topping model is launched, keyboard warriors won’t have eyes for anything else in the line-up. And such comments haven’t failed to show up.

So why didn’t Sabine test the GT3 RS? Well, for one thing, she describes the 991 GT3 as “an easy car that not so expensive”. That’s a label that clearly wouldn’t describe the RS version, so this might as well serve as an answer.

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